‘I don’t think that we should be going to the Olympics at all.’
''The princess shall indeed grow in grace and beauty, beloved by all who know her. But... before the sun sets on her 16th birthday, she shall prick her finger, on the spindle of a spinning wheel - and die.'' -
dAVE HAD THIS 5 MINUTE SECTION TAKING THE PISS OUT OF BABESTATION AND I???
why do people say “grow some balls” when they want someone to act tougher? like do you know how weak balls are? you punch someone where the sun don’t shine and they’re going down.
we should say “grow a vagina.” vaginas can take poundings. they bleed every month and never die.
i yelled OH GROW A VAGINA today in english when a kid dropped a book on his hand and my teacher laughed so hard he cried
It may depend on your age, I suppose. Let me tell you a story about Freddo’s.
I’m almost 22, and a fair amount of years ago when I was in Primary school my mother would come pick me up at the end of the day, with my toddler sister and my baby brother in a pushchair. We would walk down the hill together, me most probably blabbering about the awesome finger painting I did that day, and we would pass a One Stop.
The One Stop is an amazing place for a 5 year old. There is a whole aisle JUST FOR SWEETS LIKE DAMN THAT IS A LOT OF SWEETS and if my mother had some change in her purse, we would go in and I was allowed to spend…
a whole 10p.
For 10p you could either get one Freddo or 2 Taz Bars, and that choice was a hella difficult one. Taz’s had caramel, yeah, but I think Freddo’s were a bit bigger… but you could get TWO Taz bars so hmm… sometimes if I couldn’t decide my mother would get my sister and I one of each. And that would be FOUR chocolate bars for the 20p and two 5p’s she had floating round in her purse.
It was INCREDIBLE. You could just go and buy all this chocolate without having to think about how much money you had, because chances are YOU COULD AFFORD IT.
Now though they’re like 26p or something and you have to actually think about it and rather than your mother being like “Oh go on get two then!” it’s like “No I’ve only enough change for one” and it’s tragic.
… so for a bunch of people like me, there’s that vaguely sentimental thing behind it.
For others it’s just a marker of how old you’re getting. Like when Freddo’s hit 50p am I supposed to be adult enough to buy my own house or what?!
sometimes im really excited about things and i want to tell everyone but then i remember nobody cares and i just sit there like
to tell or not to tell
This is me on so many levels.
The first person that tried to address me yesterday was Canadian. Out of the thousands at Comic Con. I think this says a lot about Britain guys.